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Spring Celebration

Emmi MacIntyre
Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sundays, Noon-6 p.m. , Thursday May 09 | $9.95.

  Come participate in fun indoor scavenger hunts for families, including bunnies and chicks hidden in the world’s largest indoor model train display. Buy a do-it-all admission and get half-off a second admission, plus receive a ticket for a FREE return visit valid until May 19. Voted Ohio’s “Best Family Entertainment Center,” EnterTRAINment Junction features two world-class attractions (and more) with something for everyone! Experience the wild and wacky A-MAZE-N FunHouse, plus kids’ interactive play area, American Railroading Museum, expo center, and incredible hobby & toy shop with discount pricing up to 50% off. Runs from April 1- May 19th!

Closed on Easter.  Free parking.

Where: EnterTRAINment Junction
Phone: 513-898-8000
Address: 7379 Squire Court
Website: http://www.entertrainmentjunction.com/

EnterTRAINment Junction

7379 Squire Court
West Chester, Ohio
Area’s only train-themed family entertainment center, including the world’s largest indoor train display, kids interactive play area and railroading museum.
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